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Reduced roster for Kootenay Ice

Jeff Chynoweth, General Manager of the Kootenay ICE Hockey Club, today announced the club has reduced their roster to 32 players.

The ICE have added the following players to their exhibition roster:

Mackenzie Skapski 17 Abbotsford, BC Goaltender

Wyatt Hoflin 16 Spruce Grove, AB Goaltender

Jeff Hubic 17 Regina, SK Defenseman

Mike Simpson 17 Abbotsford, BC Defenseman

Spencer Wand 16 Saskatoon, SK Defenseman

Dylan Schellenberg 18 Drumheller, AB Defenseman / Forward

Jared Iron 17 Canoe Narrows, SK Forward

Kurt Johnas 17 Winnipeg, MB Forward

Sam Reinhart 16 West Vancouver, BC Forward

Jesse Wood-Schatz 16 Sherwood Park, AB Forward

Luke Philp 16 Canmore, AB Forward

Jonathon Martin 16 Winnipeg, MB Forward

Jaedon Descheneau 16 Edmonton, AB Forward

Collin Shirley 15 Saskatoon, SK Forward

The ICE are eligible to return 18 veteran players and are now carrying four goaltenders, eight defencemen and 20 forwards. Of those, six are attending NHL Camps (Nathan Lieuwen - Buffalo, Drew Czerwonka – Edmonton, Max Reinhart – Calgary, Joey Leach – Calgary, James Martin - Calgary, Joe Antilla - San Jose)

The first home action for the ICE will be Home Opener September 24 against the Calgary Hitmen at 7:00 pm.

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